Hope and Grace for Hurting Marriages


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As a husband, what can you do when you are caught in the prison of pornography use? It might be tempting to give up and give in, but there is hope for your struggle and there is hope for your marriage. You might feel weak, helpless, and powerless to change, but Curtis Solomon points you to Jesus who is powerful and the true source of change. In Christ our great Redeemer, it is possible to find the courage and grace to fight this battle, and your heart and your marriage can be redeemed, restored, and renewed.

In Redeem Your Marriage: Hope for Husbands Who Have Hurt through Pornography, Curtis will guide you through a process to help you understand the hurt pornography has caused and to lament the effects of your struggle on your marriage. But you will not be left without hope—Curtis will help you learn to believe in the forgiveness of sins and Jesus’s power to help turn away from sin and live for God’s glory instead of momentary pleasure. God’s grace and power is what you need to overcome the shame and guilt brought by porn use. His grace will catch you if you fail again, and his love will hold you fast as you seek to glorify him in every area of your life. You will see that true repentance and forgiveness will help both you and your wife move forward toward healing.

This book was written in tandem with Reclaim Your Marriage: Grace for Wives Who Have Been Hurt by Pornography by Jenny Solomon, Curtis’s wife. These resources in the context of mentoring, counseling, or accountability relationships to give biblical direction and hope in the midst of a difficult struggle. The Solomons know the struggle you are going through, but they also know and have experienced the power of the gospel to bring forgiveness, change, and healing.

Redeem Your Marriage includes a foreword by Edward T. Welch.

(Releases April 25, 2022)

Curtis Solomon, PhD, serves as the Executive Director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He holds a BA from The Master’s University, an MDiv, ThM, and PhD from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Redeem Your Marriage: Hope for Husbands Who Have Hurt through Pornography. He and his wife Jenny cofounded Solomon SoulCare. The Solomons and their two delightful sons live in Kentucky. 

When your husband struggles with pornography, your world is shattered. There are so many resources to help him, but what about you? Where can you go with your grief, insecurities, fear, and even anger? Jenny Solomon comes alongside hurting wives and gently encourages them to bring their pain to God, who is able to reclaim their marriage. She will help you to rest in God’s love, while at the same time taking one brave step at a time to care of your family and yourself.

Jenny understands that when the heavy burden of sorrow weighs down your soul, it is helpful to lean hard on a few solid truths about who God is and how he is calling you to respond. One of the most important is that although you may feel lonely right now, you are not alone. In Reclaim Your Marriage: Grace for Wives Who Have Been Hurt by Pornography, you will learn how to draw close to the Lord as you address your own sorrows, questions, and temptations. The author will encourage you to find a Christian community where you can seek a listening ear and find close friends who will come alongside you and pray for you in this battle.  Jenny not only knows the struggle you are facing but has experienced the power of the gospel to bring healing.

Fighting pornography is not something a couple can handle alone. This book and the companion resource for husbands written by Jenny’s husband Curtis Solomon, Redeem Your Marriage: Hope for Husbands Who Hurt with Pornography, can be used to bring hope and grace into a seemingly impossible situation. These resources can be used in the context of mentoring, counseling, or accountability relationships to give biblical direction and hope in the midst of a difficult struggle.

Reclaim Your Marriage includes a foreword by Elyse Fitzpatrick.

(Releases April 25, 2022)

Jenny Solomon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Religion from College of the Ozarks and also attended The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She is the author of Reclaim Your Marriage: Grace for Wives Who Have Been Hurt by Pornography, a freelance writer, guest blogger, and cofounder of Solomon SoulCare. She lives with her husband, Curtis, and two sons in Kentucky. 


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